|1953September||Matsuzaki Kougaku Seimitsu Glass Co., Ltd. established in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo with 300,000 yen in capital for the purpose of manufacturing and distributing optical components fabricated with vacuum coatings.|
|1954February||Samezu Factory in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo opens, starts production of vacuum coating products.|
Company changes its name to Matsuzaki Kougaku Co., Ltd.
Tamagawa Factory (currently the R&D Center) in Ota-ku, Tokyo finishes construction, starts production of various metal surface mirrors.
|1960June||Company changes its name to Matsuzaki Shinku Himaku Co., Ltd.|
|1965January||Yaguchi Laboratory established in Yaguchi, Ota-ku, Tokyo to develop new products and technologies.|
|1972March||Production of transparent conductive films using ITO begins.|
Kannari Factory (currently Kannari Techno Center) established in Kannari-cho, Kurihara-gun (currently Kurihara-shi), Miyagi Prefecture as a "hometown factory" to improve the quality and expand production of ITO films for liquid crystal displays.
|1981October||Company receives 1st Science and Technology Agency (currently the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) Director's Award for the "Development and promotion of high-performance transparent conductive films using the vacuum deposition method."|
|1986May||Tsukidate Jono Factory established in Tsukidate-cho, Kurihara-gun (currently Kurihara-shi), Miyagi Prefecture to improve the quality and expand production of OA equipment.|
|1987September||Kannari Factory II (currently Kannari Factory) established in Kannari-cho, Kurihara-gun (currently Kurihara-shi), Miyagi Prefecture to expand production of ITO films for liquid crystal displays.|
|1988September||Company changes its name to Matsuzaki Shinku Co., Ltd.|
Osaka Sales Office established.
Tamagawa Factory in Ota-ku, Tokyo reorganized and renamed the Research and Development Center.Focus on development is strengthened.
|1992April||Company changes its name to GEOMATEC Co., Ltd.|
|1992August||Ako Factory established in Ako-shi, Hyogo Prefecture to expand production of ITO films for liquid crystal displays and establish a base in Western Japan.|
|1993September||Inline sputtering equipment installed in Kannari Factory II (currently Kannari Factory). Production of high-quality ITO films for liquid crystal displays commences.|
|1994November||Company is listed on the Japan Securities Dealers Association (currently the Tokyo Stock Exchange and JASDAQ Securities Exchange).|
Head office transferred to Nishi-ku, Yokohama.
|2001June||Geomatec establishes a factory in Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture in alliance with the Kogakugiken Corporation for the purpose of increasing mass-production of optical components for optical communication and refining their technology.|
GEOMATEC (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. is established in Wuxi, China to expand production of optical components for liquid crystal projectors.
|2007December||GEOMATEC (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. builds a second factory to expand production of thin-film products for flat panel displays.|
|2008March||Geomatec installs roll-type coating equipment in Kannari Factory I (currently Kannari Techno Center) to expand production of film products for displays.|
|2013September||As we approach our 60th anniversary|